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ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Charles Bridge, Prague, BohemiaThe oldest stone bridge of Prague with many legends regarding the construction and its decoration is the top 5 dominant of Prague. And the starting point for the E-scooter Grand City Tour is literally two steps from there. Duration: 5 minutesStop At: John Lennon Wall, Prague, BohemiaThe first stop of our E-scooter tour is the Lennon wall. It is the only wall in Prague where is allowed to paint graffiti. If you have a strong feeling to express yourself, bring a spray and pull your emotions out!Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Kampa Park, Prague, BohemiaKampa is actually an island in the Mala Strana neighborhood. It is a piece of land between river Vltava and river Certovka. Certovka means Devil stream in Prague. Want to know why? Wait for the tour! Duration: 5 minutesPass By: St Nicholas Church, Prague, BohemiaThere are hundreds of churches in Prague, in fact there are about 250 churches in the historical city centre. One of the most interesting ones is definitely St. Nicolas church. Beautiful baroque church with stunning interior decoration. Pass By: Petrin, Prague, BohemiaDuring the Grand City tour you visit two parks of Prague: Letna and Petrin. Both are hills and both offer a stunning view to the city. Stop At: Strahov Monastery, Prague, BohemiaOne of the nicest views of our Grand City Tour is definitely from the bellvue underneath of the Strahov Monastery. Its history goes back to the 9th century and beside of very valuable library, this monastery is very famous for its monastic brewing production.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Prague Castle, Prague, BohemiaWe won't get in the Prague Castle during the e-scooter tour, but our guide will tell you all the interesting stories about this oldest and biggest building of Prague. Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Old Royal Palace, Prague, BohemiaThe Summer Palace of Queen Anne (also called Belvedere or the Royal Summer Palace) is a renaissance building in the Royal Garden of Prague Castle. The Summer Palace was built in the renaissance style by Ferdinand I as a part of the royal garden founded in previous years. The Summer Palace had a private, social and representative function within the royal and imperial residence of Prague. In front of the Summer Palace there is a famous Singing Fountain. Under the reign of Rudolph II the Summer Palace was used for a part of his collection of art and also as a place which an important mathematician and astronomer Tycho de Brahe used as an observatory.Duration: 5 minutesPass By: Letna Park, Prague, BohemiaThe park in Letná is the second largest park in Prague 7. A public park was founded there at the second half of the 19th century according to the design by B. Wünscher and J. Braul. The name was derived from the word Leteň, which means “Sunny Hill”. Letná Park is the largest non-built-up green area in Prague, where people can spend their free time doing sport, taking a walk or having a picnic. Letná Park provides an enchanting view of the Vltava River and the city. Stop At: Metronome, Prague, BohemiaThe Metronome of Prague is a kinetic sculpture by Vratislav Novák, installed at the place of the former Stalin Monument above Čech Bridge in Letná, Prague, in 1991. Together with the pendulum it is 25 metres high and weighs 7 tonnes.Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Vitkov Park, Prague, BohemiaVítkov Hill, with its densely interwoven network of walking trails, offers a unique view of almost the entire city. The area has undergone major improvements since 1929 when the National Monument was built here. The whole park still exudes an atmosphere of the 1930s, dominated by a bronze equestrian statue of Jan Žižka, one of the ten largest equestrian statues in the world.Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Zizkov Televison Tower, Prague, BohemiaUnquestionably the main landmark of the Žižkov district, at 216 m in height, it's also the tallest building in the city. With a 360° view, Prague is laid out before your eyes from the viewing platform at 97 m. One entire floor is dedicated to relaxation and above all to top quality gourmet experiences. The architects Václav Aulický and Jiří Kozák designed the tower in the 1980s. Ten giant sculptures of babies by leading Czech artist David Černý crawl all over the outside of the tower.Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden, Prague, BohemiaThis park, over a century old, shelters intimate nooks and places with wooded areas, open grassy areas, unusual vistas of the city and a large garden restaurant with comfortable seating in the shade of chestnut trees. Vineyards used to be located here, and all that remains today are parts of the original buildings: the Classicist lookout from the 1920s, renovated into a restaurant, and a three-sided obelisk of sandstone from around 1840.Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Vysehrad Park, Prague, BohemiaAccording to ancient legends, Vyšehrad is oldest seat of Czech princes; in fact, the local settlement was established in the mid-10 th century. Situated on a rocky promontory above the Vltava River, it offers stunning views of the city, and the park area holds hidden architectural treasures.Duration: 10 minutesPass By: Dancing House, Prague, BohemiaThis pillar of modern architecture in Prague “danced” onto the Rašínovo Embankment in 1996. The project comes from the drawing board of world-renowned architects Vlado Milunić and Frank O. Gehry. Its concept was inspired by the dance skills of the famous film couple – the stone tower symbolizes Fred Astaire and the glass tower, his partner Ginger Rogers.